Sub Categories:/» Homepage/» WORLD/» ASIA
Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
An intensifying cyclone churned north towards Bangladesh yesterday after heavy rain in Sri Lanka and eastern India killed almost 200 people, with more torrential downpours forecast
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Dec. 27 that his government would accept Taliban insurgents’ opening a representative office in the Gulf state of Qatar
Cricket hero turned politician Imran Khan, 59, ramped up the anti-corruption message at a rally of over 150,000 people in Pakistan Dec. 25, boosting his image as a rising political force.
Wailing North Koreans yesterday bade a final farewell to longtime leader Kim Jong-il as...
SEOUL - Agence France-Presse
The heads of two South Korean delegations met North Korea's new leader Kim Jong-Un during a visit to Pyongyang Monday to pay respects to his late father Kim Jong-Il, Seoul's Unification Ministry said.
Pakistan’s embattled president yesterday vigorously defended his rule and urged the nation to foil “conspiracies against democracy” on the anniversary of his wife Benazir Bhutto’s murder.
Afghanistan will accept a Taliban office in Qatar to help peace talks but no foreign power can get involved in the process without its consent, the government’s peace council said, as efforts gather pace to find a solution to the 10-year war.
North Korea set for a massive ceremonial farewell to late leader Kim Jong-il as it strove...
BEIJING - Reuters
A court in China sentenced on a veteran dissident, Chen Xi, to 10 years in jail for subversion today, his wife said.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda yesterday held talks with China’s president during a visit to Beijing dominated by concerns over nuclear-armed North Korea after the death of Kim Jong-Il.
Pakistan’s information minister offered to resign yesterday as tensions continued between the civilian government and the military over a memo alleging an army plot to seize power in May.